Jenny was born on November 1, 1972. Her ancestry includes Irish, German and Polish. Her sparkling blue eyes have been her trademark and in 2006 she was ranked #7 in FHM’s “100 Sexiest Women in the World List.” Jenny started her career as a model for the famous Playboy magazine. She became Miss October in 1993 and Playmate of the year in 1994.
She then appeared in minor roles in films like Basketball (1998), Scream 3 (2000, Scary Movie 3 (2003), The Drew Carey Show (1995), etc. She became a popular face on TV with shows like Hope & Faith (2004), The Bad Girl’s Guide (2005), In the Motherhood (2008), Two and a half men (2007-2011).
Later she was also seen in Dirty Love (2005), John Tucker Must Die (2006), Santa Baby (2006) and Wieners (2008).
Jenny has always been quite open about the idea of plastic surgery. A comparison of her latest pictures with the early ones reveals that she went under the knife more than once. It is believed that Jenny has had breast augmentation, Botox and cheek implants.
Jenny has not aged a day for many years now. In fact going by her skin one could say that she is ageing backwards. Such a youthful appearance wouldn’t be possible without the use of Botox. There are absolutely no signs of wrinkles or loose skin on her face and neck as would be normal for any woman of Jenny’s age.
She has been very wise in making only a reasonable use of Botox and looks pretty natural even after it. Jenny once said, “I love Botox. I absolutely love it. I get it minimally, so I can still move my face. But I really do think it is a savior.”
Jenny has also gone an extra mile as compared to many others in order to get the perfect figure she has been flaunting for many years now. Allegedly she went for a breast implant not once but thrice to have the breasts she desired.
While her first breast implant happened much before 2009. In fact in the year 1998 Jenny had her first implants removed!! However later went for two other implants in 2009 itself. An increase in cup size has also added to her sex appeal.
It is rumored that Jenny also opted for cheek implants. However the change is so subtle that it is hard to confirm the rumor. Had she really gone for the cheek implants, one can trust Jenny to have confirmed them like the other two.
In an interview Jenny once expressed her opinion on plastic surgeries in the following words:
“I’m completely fine and all for plastic surgery if it makes you feel god. I don’t want to look like a pulled piece of meat, but I do want to look fresh because, in our business, youthfulness is longevity.”